>> bill: come up to you and ask you for money. that's a very difficult thing. so there is pressure upon anybody who wins from other people who want the money. now, ultimately, mr. white, you invested your money into businesses, to expand your economic profile, right? how has that worked out? >> well, not really. i mean, the businesses were, you know, when it happened i sat back for a couple months like everybody dreams of is retiring. i was 40 years old. i couldn't retire. i had worked hard my whole life, so i took what i enjoy the most, which is cars and airplanes and created businesses around them so that, you know, if you love what you do you never work another day in your life that is kind of how i -- >> bill: you have don't have to work and you are comfortable and you are doing what you love to do that's the good news, correct. >> that's the great news, yes, sir. >> bill: few you, ms. hayes how did it work out? what did you do with the money. >> i retired at age 46 from my job. and i wrote a book how winning the lottery changed my life.